Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones
A concert film taken from two Rolling Stones concerts during their 1972 North American tour.
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Paul H (gb) wrote: This movie is shorter than most of your animated films. The film only runs about 60 minutes. Because of this, the plot can feel rushed. What I mean by this is, sometimes it feels like the movie is divided up into sections. The first 20 minutes is about Keldeo's training and his battle with Kyurem. Then the next 20 minutes is the big chase, which is surprisingly suspenseful. Then the last 20 minutes is Keldeo's big battle with Kyurem. Since the film is cut down to 60 minutes, they have to squeeze this scenes together with the plot, because of this, the film feels rushed. However, the animation is great and most of the characters are well-developed, most of the voice acting is good too. However, the movie itself doesn't stand up to some of the really good Pokemon movies such as The Rise of Darkrai. Yeah, you should see it, but lower your expectations.
WS W (fr) wrote: To where exactly was it trying to take us? Coming-of-age? Supernatural? Homo-erotic? A bit of everything.
Emma S (gb) wrote: Anyone who doesn't laugh at the sheer beauty of this movie is full of lies. Your sould are all full of lies. Stop lying to yourself and watch it again, while laughing at the funny parts. Because this movie is funny.
Desiree E (br) wrote: Well made with crazy content
Nicholas W (ru) wrote: one of my favorite movies
Wahida K (au) wrote: An awesome Movie I ll never forget.
eu (jp) wrote: I have already read the book... years ago... a kinda simple novel that fully gets your attention. Id love to see its big-screen adaptation.
Demetrius N (de) wrote: The movie was not that bad but with a cast like this you would expect much more.
Eytan D (mx) wrote: How many times have we seen these types of movies in which men or women assume a different gender to pursue their goals? The good news is "Yentl," Barbra Streisand's directorial debut, is one of the better ones. In fact, it's very good. The movie works because as an actress and a director, Streisand has an unbridled passion for the material, whether she's singing or not. The music is beautiful, especially the song "Papa, Can You Hear Me?". Put that together with Streisand's incredible voice, and you have it made. My only problem is the fact that the movie revolves too much around Streisand as Yentl. We know enough about her character, so why not have other songs sung by the rest of the actors, including Broadway star Mandy Patinkin? Perhaps that's what audiences wanted at the time of the film's release. But otherwise, I don't see why "Yentl" shouldn't deserve praise.